one another." all eyes on ohio in a packed political weekend. presidential candidates are making their way to the tri-state... including a frontrunner right in the middle of new controversy. meanwhile... trump spent the day in the buckeye state hosting several rallies... including one near dayton where secret service agents had to step in after someone rushed the stage! take a look... "nat sound for 14 seconds" take a look at another angle here... as you can see, someone jumped the fence... only to be
and removed by secret service! of course this follows last nights unrest in chicago after a trump rally was cancelled for safety concerns. but today, the frontrunner stressed that his campaign deserves the right to speak like anyone else! we cannot let our first amendment, just can't, we cannot let our first amendment rights be taken away from us folks, we can't let it happen. we can't let it happen. we have a right to speak. we are law abiding people, we're people that work very hard. and on the other side... both democratic candidates are already speaking up about last night's unrest... blaming trump for promoting violence. "so the issue now is that donald trump has got to be loud and clear and tell his supporters that violence at rallies is not what america is about, and to end it." butted to you know, we will always have our differences, won't we? democracy like ours. but the ugly, divisive rhetoric we are hearing
is wrong. and it's dangerous." today trump said his campaign does not promote violence... and doesn't condone what happened last night. but here in the buckeye state... the most recent fox news poll has governor john kasich beating today, kasich brought that momentum to sharonville where the controversy the positivity campaign. gathered this morning for the northeast hamilton county republican breakfast sharonville kasich was also joined senator rob portman and attorney general mike dewine. early candidate made a point to address all the surrounding the
and the violence that broke out at in chicago. created a toxic toxic environment supporters and those who sometimes seek come together in violence, there is no place for this." kasich has said he he'll win the ohio tuesday... touting creation and the positive image of "i will not change campaign cause' i will not seek the low road to the highest office in america and i want kasich says he presidential sides of the aisle will focus on how to solve the america. "if our rhetoric is negative, if our rhetoric is divisive we will not solve these problems that the american people expect us to fix." events carried into
ago, former speaker of the house john boehner spoke at a lincoln day dinner in west chester. it's an annual event honoring local republicans here in the tri-state. that's where he officially endorsed kasich for the nomination! rick santorum, who dropped out of the presidential race earlier this year, was originally slated to speak at the event... but canceled earlier today. right now.... police, secret service and political organizers are getting ready for the arrival of donald trump... hosting an event tomorrow afternoon in west chester. fox19 now's robert guaderrama has been following this story all day... and robert... are police taking into consideration last nights unrest in chicago? frankie, law enforcement is well aware of the potential threat and will be on stand-by. thousands are expected to attend tomorrow's rally here at the savannah center in west chester but only 1700 people fit inside the ballroom here, which means many folks may be out here on the
scenes like these are becoming more commonat rally's for donald trump. with protests being planned for tomorrow's event, law enforcers are ready to intervene. sheriff richard jones butler county "people get excited on both sides and they get excited and when you have a big crowd, that's what you got the police for." butler county sheriff richard jones says, this excitement is nothing new. sheriff richard jones butler county "there's always a concern, when you have somebody who's the front runner, there's been trouble at rallys since i can remember." some people in west chester we spoke to say they're on edge about crowds. chelsea brashear west chester resident "a little bit, just because of the things that went on in chicago yesterday, so it's a little nerve-wrecking." kendra murphy west chester resident "you know, he brings hate, to me, so we'll see what happens." "i'll probably stay in the house all day." others aren't concerned at all. michael townsend
"police always don their job around here so, i'm always good." caleb bach west chester resident "it's a big name, donald trump, not many people get the opportunitty to see somebody like that." police tell us secret service is taking the lead on security for the event but west chester pd and the butler county sheriff's department will be on hand to provide support. in west chester, robert guaderrama, fox19 now. of course we'll have the rally covered from start to finish tomorrow. you can follow along on the fox19 now twitter page... and on our mobile app. weather now switching gears now to weather... hopefully you went outside to enjoy the weather today jeff... jeff wx we have remained rain-free today, largely due to very dry air at the surface. overnight however, rain will move in associated with a warm front. we may even hear a rumble or two of thunder. by morning, low temps will dip into the mid 50s. sunday will see scattered showers and, once again, thunder is possible especially during the afternoon. highs will manage upper 60s. scattered showers remain in the forecast for monday with highs
motorcycle crash that left one man dead. it happened here on houston road near ted bushelman boulevard just before 4-thirty this morning. police say 27-year old jonathan fogle swerved to avoid a deer in the road... causing him to crash. he was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. investigators say fogle was not wearing a helmet. and cincinnati police are also investigating a fatal late night crash in northside. police say 53-year old cheryl asher was driving north on hamilton avenue in northside around 11-thirty last night when she crossed the center line hitting another car. asher was transported to u-c medical center where she died of her injuries. the other driver was not hurt. at this time no cause has been released. two roommates are now facing charges tonight after a major fight in over the rhine last night!
outside the mixx ultra lounge on main street. police say the two men were fighting, when one of them went through the window! both suffered minor injuries... and and criminal damaging charges. well it was all things irish downtown for the annual saint patricks day parade. "bagpipes for 3 seconds" as you can see hundreds came down to the banks to watch all the festivities. along with high schools, police agencies and more took part. this was the 50th year for the event! and down in kentucky hundreds came out to support a good cause at the rabbit hash bash! it was put on by local spice master kernel dee stewart... along with other local chefs... aimed at raising money for the rabbit hash general store... which burned down last month. stewart says, when he heard the news... he was ready to help. "we know that our neighbors in boone county, they suffer sometimes, and that fire pretty much brought it
don clair and i said don what can we do baby we gotta do something," at todays' event auction and more! more saints are continuing to make jeremy rauch joins with more. the saints are marching right after winning the championship last three, they are now just two wins, from repeating. if you've watched this team long enough, you know they don't play many close games... washington saint louis actually led early against the saints, but abby owings, the sophomore out of simon kenton hit four threes in the fourth quarter, to lead thomas more to a 88-72 win the elite 8. abby told me it was a dream come true, returning to the final four. fox19 now was the only local station there with reaction, you will hear from coach and abby,
sportswrap. severe flooding rocks the south tonight. hear the latest on recovery efforts. and many are calling it horrifying. a new video shows a worker urinating on an assembly line at a popular food plant! find out who's involved and what's being done... next. live wx tease you're looking at the scene in
there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a
reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends but no longer carries i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders.
louisiana... just one of many towns faced with severe flooding tonight... at least four people are dead... and hundreds of homes are destroyed after historic rainfall struck the southeast over the last few days. c-n-n's nick valencia has how many residents are working to rebuild tonight.... nats - dog from texas... nats - boat to tennessee. thousands of residents across six states have been affected by historic rainfall. this woman had to be carried out of the water after driving her car into a flooded out road in memphis in louisiana-- the state's governor called in the national guard to help with water rescues. gov. john bel edwards/ d louisiana "obviously this is a very serious weather event. serious enough that the entire state has been declared an emergency." tara morris shot this video in west monroe of a house boat that broke loose and floated away. there was nearly
the worst parts of the state. tara morris/ resident "we weren't prepared for none of this." sheriffs in hammond, louisiana, went door to door by boat to rescue people who were stranded. nats - engine starting "hey, are they getting people are what?" more than 100 people had to be evacuated in bossier parish due to the rising flood waters. nats - bossier parish sheriff "ya'll need anything call 911 and let us know alright?" with more severe weather in the southeast on the way, the national weather service says flash flooding will remain throughout the weekend-- especially for south and coastal mississippi. that was nick valencia reporting. you're looking at footage that many call horrifying tonight... a full investigation has been launched after this video was leaked, showing a worker at a kellogg plant urinating on an assembly line of food! kellogg has already responded, saying that they only became aware of it today... and that the video was actually shot 2 years ago! officials say it's highly likely that some of that food went onto shelves... and that
""we could be dealing with peoples health. people getting sick. and dealing with children!" for a person to do something like that he is nasty. low down. dirty. he should go to jail. go straight to jail" kellogg says they're working with police to make sure the person in the video is prosecuted. more local news animation we've got more local news for you now... just a few weeks after a school shooting that left four students hurt... today the madison school board took steps to increase security. at a meeting this morning... the board voted to make the current school resource officer full time... and add another part time officer. the changes will go into effect immediately. 14-year old james austin hancock was charged in that shooting. five local projects were awarded up to $10-thousand dollars in start up money earlier today at the annual "cincinnati neighborhood
the event honors those in the tri- state working to improve the places they live. the projects were part of the first ever engage cincy challenge where the city asked the public to think of new ways to improve the city! take a look at this... we're still a few days away from saint patricks day... but that isn't stopping workers from dying the chicago river green! thousands came out today to watch the annual event... dating back to 1962. there was also a st patricks day parade. if you're wondering... workers put an orange powder in the water that turns green on contact. and yes... it's environmentally safe. jeff, just one of many signs that spring is on the way. wx anchor/ in chroma we have remained rain-free today, largely due to very dry air at the surface. overnight however, rain will move in associated with a warm front. we may even hear a
thunder. by morning, low temps will dip into the mid 50s. sunday will see scattered showers and, once again, thunder is possible especially during the afternoon. highs will manage upper 60s. scattered showers remain in the forecast for monday with highs in the upper 60s. if you're one of many who's using computer
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flat out dangerous moves too many people make--when they file online! simply money animation many of us will use computer software to file our tax returns online this year. but make sureyou don't make these dangerous mistakes! according to experian-7% of people actually do their taxes using public wi-fi! folks, that's a terrible idea. it's far too easy for thieves to steal your information that way. only file over a secured network. make sure you've got good antivirus software on your computer and run a scan before you start, too. if there's malware on your computer that records key strokes, you could be in big trouble.
companies are now pushing their mobile apps, which allow you to take photos of documents for your tax return. just rememberif somebody steals your phone and can get to those photos, they've got your information! the simply money point: delete the photos after you file, and keep your phone password protected. for fox 19 now and simply money, i'm nathan bachrach. frankie gfx do you have a simply money question? log on to our website at fox 19 now dot com and click on the simply money link. listen to this... a tennessee father is looking for answers after his 3 children were served alcoholic root beer at an applebees! the man claims his children, ages 9, 10 and 11 were all give "not your fathers rootbeer" ... a popular alcoholic version. when he noticed, he immediately took it away. scottie barnett/father "i immediately told my kids to stop drinking the alcoholic beverage and brought it to her attention. and she said 'no, no, it's root beer'. i said 'no it's not'. applebee's officials say the server in question has been
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a young boy gets the chance to live out his dream of becoming a professional baseball player... and he's teaching an important lesson in the process. c-n-n correspondent natalia martinez has more. since monday..10 year old landis sims has gone from the most popular kid at school to the most famous one. landis sims, ny yankee "i got my camera crew with me." it's not everyday...your classmate is a pro baseball player. landis sims, ny yankee "it was like a dream come true." on monday...landis signed a real contract...for real money and became a new york yankee for a day. in the batting cage...one of the guys...he even had lunch with a-rod. landis sims, ny yankee "he's kind of old fashioned. he's got an old fashioned phone." but it was landis who gave them a lesson. "landis is there anything that you can't do?" amanda haag, landis' mom "he truly believes he is whole and perfect just the way that he is." landis was born with congenital limb
hands or feet. fearless in his abilities...he showed the yankees his skills. amanda haag, landis' mom "reggie jackson is videoing him from one side and you have a-rod just watching from the other side." amanda haag, landis' mom "landis is more about wanting to show kids kids what he can do, he's not about complaining." "i want your autograph buddy. you're the first yankee i've ever met."" landis continues to practice. this is the first year he's using a specially made slugger allowing him to hit in a way he hadn't before and he's pretty good. amanda haag, landis' mom "landis is about showing kids what he can do - he's not about complaining." back at school...these teammates...cheer him on too. popular not just for his skills but more for his heart. landis sims, ny yankee "don't give up. keep trying at it." landis says he isn't sure how much he's getting paid just yet... but he also says he doesn't care. he just wants to play for them again. let's send things over to jeff. live wx tease
largely due to very dry air at the surface. overnight however, rain will move in associated with a warm front. we may even hear a rumble or two of thunder. by morning, low temps will dip into the mid 50s. sunday will see scattered showers and, once again, thunder is possible especially during the afternoon. highs will manage upper 60s. scattered showers remain in the forecast for monday with highs in the upper 60s. jeff are you looking for a side
someone to walk her 16-year old tortoise henry! amanda green says she got a new job, and doesn't have as much time to walk her pet anymore. so after publishing the post... she's gotten hundreds of replies! it doesn't pay much, hours a week... but hopes someone will experience! always on fox19.com... sports wrap is next... good night. sot "mobile squeezeback"
tonight is the last night... i will say a single world about bracketology. tomorrow, the real thing finally hits the print. coming up on sportswrap. vo what is xavier's mentality after an early exit in the big east tournament? and, what the experts say about uc and xavier's seeding. vo thomas more is dancing in the final four again, see how they overcame adversity tonight. vo plus, we're in the gym for taft-aiken and that crazy finish, bacon-summit and wilmington- centerville. it's all next on sportswrap. jer hplaz vo sportswrap is on
thomas more (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks
and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy
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for the ohio boys. walk with me into trent arena for the highlight of the night. taft and aiken playing for a shot at the final four. 4th quarter, carlik jones, killer stepback three off the dribble. get your popcorn ready. it's about to get wild. lonnie berry, big bucket inside. aiken up 54-51 with less than 3 to play. falcons trying to hang on for dear life, and it's carlik jones, with the circus shot. and i'm like, duuuude. but frank royles, refusing to lose. gets the board, the stickback and one. taft down by one with less than a minute to play. put your hands together, for mister royles. final seconds now, taft down 61-60, they can win it. samonte griffin with the steal, gonna try to throw down... gets denied and slams his head on the floor as time
fine, aiken more than fine, they're going to their first final 4 in program history, 61-60 the final leon ellison: "nothing is ever easy. it's always to the last second and that's how it is for these kids in the inner city. it's good to watch them prevail through adversity." lonnie berry: "we worked hard all summer, all year, it's been a tough year to get here. i'm thankful." carlik jones: "it means a lot. words can't explain how hard we worked for this. so, i'm just glad. i'm just glad." just feels like wilmington is destined for something great this season. facing centerville a d-one regional final. jarron cumberland, i imagine he'll get minutes on the bearcats squad next year, but he has his sights on a state championship first. he can also dish the rock. it was never close. wilmington rolls
back up in dayton for a d-3 regional final. summit and roger bacon. knights task was stopping the johnson's, justin johnson steals the inbounds, gets the bucket and the foul. had 7 first half points. then it's james johnson, nice pass from luke baker, james also had 7 in the first half. summit has a johnson too, xavier johnson scored the final 8 of the half for summit. bacon up 4 at half. 2nd half, alex dahling, honestly dahling, steal and the bucket. 2-pt game. but bacon, crisp. justin johnson finished with 19 points. roger bacon going to the final 4, they win 66-53 been a magical season for the mason ladies. can they cap it off with a state title? lauren van kluenen is one heckuva
she battles for the rebound, and the putback. had 15 points. then it's mason on the break to samari mowbray, easy layup. comets fought hard late, but they take runner-up losing to wadsworth, 60- 51 thomas more had their first real test tonight in the elite 8. trailed early against washington saint louis, then syd got vicious. sydney moss pull- up 3, then it's sydney with an old fashioned 3 inside. moss would leave fouls, washington smelling blood, but abby owings, blood thirsty. hit four threes in the 4th - had a and thomas more it's now 64 straight wins, 2 wins from back- to-back titles. jeff hans: "how big was abby owings? not sure how many she hit in a row, like three or four. we survived and we advanced to the final four so we're ecstatic. we're happy." abby owings: "it's a
all year. one of my goals, one of our team goals. it feels a lot better a second time. i'll tell you that." jer bam gfx one week from tonight, thomas more heads to columbus to face amherst in the final four. saints are just two wins from repeating in division three. uk in a dog fight against georgia in the conference semis. 2nd half jj frazier teardrop dogs frazier, injured and game opened the door for uk. jamal murray, hustle points. gets it to tyler ulis. bang. 25 for t-u. uk trailed by 5 at half, outscored the dogs 49-31 in the second half. jamal murray,
he had 26. cats are onto the conference championship, 93-80 the final john calipari: "they had us beat most of the game and we had what we needed at the end to win the game." tyler ulis: "have to give them credit. those guys made every open shot. second half, we switched up how we were playing ball screens and it helped us out a little more." sec title game is now set. number 16 against number 17 if you like rankings. cats lost to the aggies in overtime, nearly one month ago. so, you've got revenge and all that good stuff. jer bam gfx tonight - trevon bluiett was named to the big east all tournament team. but xavier left n- y-c a day earlier than expected, now it's all or nothing. here's joe d. sounds of street they left the loud streets of new york quietly. an earlier than expected exit at the garden, xavier is now entering the most important time of the college basketball season. joe danneman: "how much did you guys want this?"
bad. i wanted it from the start, man. that's every team around the world - wants to win a championship, but i think there's still more fish to fry man. we're looking forward to whats to come and we'll be ready." ready to bring their game to the big dance... xavier left their locker room at madison square in marker. that a 27-and-5 record will mean a good seed when the brackets are edmond sumner: "we're down right now, but on sunday seeing our name be announced we'll be ten times happier so we're just waiting for that." trevon bluiett: "you know, last year, after we lost to villanova, it was kind of tough to see where we'd be and we were kind of nervous if we made it or not. this year it's like a whole 180. we feel comfortable because we know we're going to make the tournament, but when we find out sunday we've just got to go from that point on." joe danneman: "the
seed seton hall the surprise winners. that seems to be the most likely seed for xavier in the ncaa tournament. i don't care about a two or a three said myles davis - i care about a 4. in xavier history." myles davis: "we still we've still got some things and we've got to thursday or friday comes around." in new york - joe danneman fox19 now. the brackets come out a 6 p-m not much debate on uc, a 10-seed according to both experts. espn, lunardi moved palm still says 3. high as a 3-seed. this finish in the horizon league semis. nku women down 3 late, shar-aye davis buries the game-
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